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Raindrops are falling on the Cricket World Cup

Rain, rain and more rain. The Cricket World Cup has another washout with the weather not looking much better for the rest of the week either. Caster Semenya wins a race, the Forbes 100 richest people in sport, the latest from the Women's World Cup, and a look ahead to the 119th US Open at Pebble Beach.

The weekend sports wrap

Banyana Banyana started well in the women's FIFA World Cup, but ultimately it ended in tears. Rafael Nadal makes it 12 titles at the French Open. Ashley Barty gets it done on the women's side of the draw, Rory McIlroy blows everyone away at the Canadian Open, and Gerda Steyn shatters the women's up run record at the Comrades Marathon.

Worst to Worser for the Proteas

The Proteas are somehow making life even more difficult for themselves at the World Cup. The women’s FIFA World Cup kicks off this weekend, but pay inequalities grab the early headlines. More ‘sexism’, this time at the French Open, your weekend of Super Rugby fixtures, plus Eden Hazard’s move to Real Madrid.

The Proteas will win the World Cup

There is no way around it really, the Proteas are the team to win the Cricket World Cup. Ben tells you why, before looking ahead to the Europa League final between Arsenal and Chelsea. The latest from the French Open, and P Divvy fired as Zimbabwean coach.

TheBounce Pod - Hamilton does Niki Lauda proud

On the wrong tyres, with a chasing pack, Lewis Hamilton again shows his class with yet another win. The French Open has begun, but more importantly the Cricket World Cup is just 3 days away now. The wrap-up of the Super Rugby weekend, and the BlitzBoks qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games.

Treat racists the way they should be treated

Raheem Sterling is looking to help the Premier League increase its efforts against racism, and it makes a lot of sense. Mercedes gear up for another 1/2, this time in Monaco, the weekend ahead for Super Rugby, plus a look at the opening matches at the Cricket World Cup.

The world of sport from every angle

Sport really is an endless stream of entertainment and drama. Ben does his best in bringing that all to you on an extended edition of TheBounce Pod here. Gord mostly interrupts and waffles on for far too long, but all in all you won't find a better review in all of sports broadcasting.

Koepka klapping it at the PGA Champs

While all the big names had a bit of a battle at Bethpage, defending PGA Champ Brooks Koepka shot a dominant 63 and is the man to beat. More troubled times for Ajax Cape Town. Your Super Rugby weekend ahead, FA Cup final, and Caster Semenya won't line up in Stockholm for the next Diamond League meeting.

The running of the Bulls, away from Loftus

As expected in the lead-up to the Rugby World Cup, the player exodus is happening, especially for the Bulls. England providing a glimpse of what's to come score-wise at the Cricket World Cup, UEFA really looking to ban Man City now, and a preview of the PGA Championship.

That's the wrap for Man City in the league

Man City do the necessary and with that it's oh so close for Liverpool again with league success. Sundowns do the same in the PSL, Mercedes get another predictable 1/2 in Spain, the latest from SupeRugby, the IPL is finally over, and Djokovic dominates in the dirt of Madrid.

The best week of Football... ever

The greatest week in football placed English football in the spotlight like never before. It's an all English final in the Champions League, plus the Europa League. And the EPL title gets decided this weekend! The same for the PSL, then onto some cricket 20 days out from the World Cup, and Caster Semenya told by the IAAF that she is welcome to run in men's events.

Caster's bottom line and the top 4 EPL race

Caster Semenya runs away with things once more in the 800m Diamond League final in Doha, making tempers flare (again) over the IAAF's ruling which now prevents her from competing. Ben puts this all into perspective with some sobering bottom lines. The latest from the EPL top 4 title race, 24 days until the Cricket World Cup and the weekend's wrap of SupeRugby.

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